Visit Laguna Beach - Virtually

We are here to bring Laguna Beach beauty, zen and originality to your safe space.

Laguna Beach is and has always been a tight-knit community. We’ve banded together to overcome numerous obstacles in our storied past. Now is no different. We will come together and face this new, ever-changing situation together, hand-in-hand. As we have always done. Our true California Original spirit will shine even brighter during these difficult times.

Know this, we are 100% committed to delivering on our mission and providing you with "moments of Zen” to help you through these complicated times. We are all in this together. Here are ways you can bring Laguna Beach into your home space and feel the California beauty wash over you. 

Add Laguna Beach Zen to your Zoom Calls

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The Laguna Beach playlist made by you!


Daily Moments of Zen on Instagram


Dive deep into art at Laguna Art Museum

The Laguna Art Museum (LAM) has taken their entire permanent collection digitally. Take time to dive deep and explore artists and works that have innovated and transformed art in California. 


Visit the beach - virtually

Explore Aliso Beach

Local skimboard company, Victoria Skimboards, has a live webcam set-up at Aliso Beach. Even though our beaches are closed, you can get your daily dose of California sun and Pacific Ocean views direct to your home. 


Watch rescue seals and sea lions play

Pacific Marine Mammal Center rescues patients (sea lion and seal pups under a year old) stranded on Orange County beaches in the late winter, spring and early summer.  They rehabilitate and release the pups back into the ocean. Watch the work they do and the stages of rehabilitation to health on their live webcam. 


Make art inspired by California artists 

LAM+LAB at Laguna Art Museum is a space for exploration and play for all ages. While the museum is temporarily closed, you can bring LAM+LAB home with these art activities designed for all ages. As we tell students who visit us at the museum: There are no rules. You are the artist.